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'Let our Juxt Censure
Attsnd the True Event.
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 102,
rr and shoe manufactory In Ooonee
Cou ? ty,* ?bttb Ve&ploy? ?fM? *fcr*#
.nd turna ont, kr? ?K 0,000 hidoa and
1,200 , palra of oearee- boota. r The pro?
prietor, Mr. Lay, informa ?her Walhalla
Courier thai a raw hide, worth $3,-8
worth from $8 to $12 wheo tanbed, and,
when the leather fa made into boots and
eb oes, ia worth from! .20 to $80. The
bark, pf the oaks which cover the hills of
Ooonee ia worth .three times tho soiling
price of the Toroat lands. Three good
trees give ti cord or bark worth $C; and
yet twenty of those trees, with the land
on wbioh,;they eta nd, are often ?old for
$1. It is estimated that Oconee Oonnty
pays $25,000 a year for boots and shoes,
the raw material bf whjoh costs $3,000,
end may, all of it, be obtained within
the . Oonnty limit-. These significant
fact- are a conclusive argument in favor
of home manufactures.
The Massachusetts manufacturer, who
adopted as his trade mark on bootu, the
Eortroits of Lee and Stonewall Jackson,
as been ignominiously refused a patent
at Washington. The impression of
these faces ou boot legs is prououuoed
unlawful, and treasonable. .The Sooth
may wear these figures in their hearts
but not on their boots. If the examiner's
theory is correct, it would be the thing
to limit tho South to boots of the Gar?
rison pattern and heels of tho Butler
stamp. Perhaps they would take kindly
to,such agencies of amendment.
|2Veio York Commercial (Republican.)
A correspondent from Paris depict*,
in a few words, the present poiitioai con?
dition of France: "What constitutes the
force of the alleged Bouapartiat con?
spiracy is the provisional state of the
administration. Everything iain a tran?
sition condition. There is truly no na?
tional party in the country-each faction
believes itself to alone possess and claims
the monopoly of patriotism. As in war,
so in politics-it is a struggle a loutrance,
and unanimity only exista in battering
away at the only form of government
suited to the moment."
The most appalling dieaster, in con?
nection with the Western fires, is that
reported of the bnrning of Williamson,
a small place abont fonr miles to the
East, at the head of Little Sturgeon
Bay. The mill at that place waa burntd
on last Sunday night, and nearly H? the
inhabitants of the town perished in the
flames. The houses were all situated
near each other, and the inhabitants
tune encircled in the limited cleuring
were unable to escape from the de?
vouring flumes. This was a dreadful
II a m hinton i an, the celebrated stallion,
who was vuiued at $20,000, is dead.
MAID ABBANQEMENTS.-The Northern
mail opens at 3.00 P. M.; closes 7.15
A. M. Charleston day mail opens -1.00
P. M.; closes GOO ?. M. Charleston
night mail ? pen H 6.30 A. M. ; olo-.es 6.00
P. M. Greenville mail opens 6.45 P.
M.; closes 6.00 A. M. Western mail
.pens 0.00 A. M. ; doses 1.80 P. M. On
Sunday offioe open from 3 to 4 P. M.
Columbia Building ana Loan Associ'n,
COLUMBIA., 8. C.. NOVEMBEB 9, 1871.
OWIKO to our not being able to got posses
Dion of the hall on last Monday night, tho ro?
tular monthly mooting of tho Association
vas not held. A. special mooting is now called
for next MONDAY NIGHT, at the usual place
of mooting-Temperance Hall-when dues
Will be received and money loaned ont.
A foll attendanco is desired, as tbero is bu
.tineas to bc transacted of a special character.
It. O'NEALE, Jn., rreaidout.
A. G. BnEKizEB, Secretary and Treasurer.
Hov 10 3
The DAILY BAFFLES of tho Charleston
Charitable Association take placo every morn?
ing, at 10 o'clock, at thoir oilier*, ou Main
?troet, opposite tho sito of Janney's Hotel.
Many contributors to the Fair, from all
parts of the State, have sent articles fur exhi?
bition without advancing tho entrance fcc or
pro-paying freight. These articles will he
held until tho required charges aro paid.
Innumorable rcquoats aro inado "poaso rc
tarn with care after the Fair." Such contri?
butors aro respectfully roforred to tho pre?
scribed rulcB and regulations of the Socioty.
All papers in the State, friendly to tho eau HO
t?? the State Agricultural and Mechanical Ho?
siery, and doeirous of imparting correct in?
formation to their friends, will servo thora
?ad us by calling attention 'o this notice.
D. WYATT AIKEN,
Nov 7 Huoretarv.
Last Mght-Sninrdsj-, November ll.
The Tremaine Bros.,
John Cr. Pierson,
Burlesque Operetta Troupe
ORIENTAL BELL RINGERS,
WILL appear during Fair Wook with tho
Wm. B. Tremaino, |
John O. Pierson,
O. S. Uohinsoii,
Frank. Barry, Jr.
Donni open 71/, commence at H I'. M. Ad
af iasion 73 cents.
'Reserved *.tatn can bo obtained al Ly Brand
& Son's Mm io Store from 9 A. M. until (J I?,
M., each day, wi th on i extra charge.
The Best Beef,
i MUTTON, Pork and Sausages,
eau bc obtained nt (Halla 3 and 5,
_.for losa monoy than at any ?thor
taco, iry us. 8TABLINO <fc POPE.
Portable Steam Engine lor Sale.
THE undersigned baa on hand a second?
hand portablo STEAM ENGINE, which
ho will soil cheap for cash. Th? oti?ino can
bo aoen at tho Oongaroo Iron Works.
Nov 7 5 BO BE BT MCDOUGALL.
WHAT DYftPJOPSIA MAI END lit -
Indigestion ia not dangerous, say tho (acuity.
Perhaps not in itBolf, while it remains tuero
indigesti?n; but look at the consequences to
which it may lead, and often docs lead, when
it becomos a obronio disoaao. A spark of fire
ia a small thing. A pressure of the foot will
put it out; a breath will extinguish it. Yet it
may fire a powder mill, or kindle a flame that
will consume a> eily. lu Uko manner indi?
gestion may produce gaBtritie, cancer of tho
stomach, congestion of the bowels, apopb xy,
liver diaeaae, and many other dangerous
maladies. Is it not wiae, then, to cheek it in
tho gorm? Nothing is more clearly and in?
disputably estab!i?bed than that HOSTET
TbR'S BTOMAOH HITTERS will eradicate
dyspepsia in all its stages. Ihe truo policy,
howevt-r, is to extinguish it in tho first stages
with thia wholesome, powerful and iufalliblo
tonio and alterative. lt is easier to quench a
spark than s flame, and it is catdcr to cure
dyspepsia whin it ia firBt developed, than
when it ba? rnado headway by uegleot, and
bi-corn o complicated with other ailment*},
There ia not Ibo shadow of a doubt that tho ?
Ritters aro aa directly ant agi mistic tod.vspep- '
eia as water is to firoJ I hero are thousands
of eases on record proving, this fact The
remedy ie sate aud agreeable. All the liquors
of commerce prescribed ua stimulante, leave
a sting behind. Rut tho sting is taken out of
tho spirituona basis of this great r< medy by
vegetable medication; and, moreover, tho
stimulant thus medicated ia of exceptional
purity ' Of ad tonics takniau Bal? guards or
remedies for fever and ague, bilious remit?
tents and other fall epidemica, it is the only
ono that can uniformly bo depended uuon
_NovJ) _ _ _ t:i_
; Lea & Perrins' Sauco,
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
. 'THE ONLY UOOO ?AUCK."
It improvea appetite and digestion, and it ia
unrivaled for ita flavor.
Wo aro directed by Messrs. LEA ? PER?
RINS to prosecute all parties making or \ end?
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
Aug 15 iCtno Agents. Now York.
HAPPPY RELIEF FOR YOUNG MEN from
tho effects of Errora and Alun-es iu early
lifo. Manhood reston d. Nervous d. In 1 it y
oured. Impediment* to mariiage removed
Now method of t rest ment. New and romarli
blo remedies. Rooks and Circulars sent free,
iu sealed envelopes.
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Pbiladcluhui, Pa.
Opt 13 Sinn
ONE now, eight  horse stationary EN
GINE and ?301H fe? il, warranted in first
rate order, and will be sold at a bargain hy |
applying ut thia office. Nov '.I ?J
One and Two-Horse Ploughs.
HMUE undersigned off. ra for sale several of I
X. tho above, which will bo di?p*scd bf at
very low prices. JOHN ALEXANDER,
Nov 9 3 Congaree Iron Works.
BALTIMORE BRANCH OFFICE,
Carolina Life Insurance Co.,
OF MEMPHIS, TEXX.
ASSKTS OVKIl - - ' - S1.05?.0?0.
D. C. TRIMBLE..Secretary.
ISSUES POLICIES, either participating or
nou-oarticipatuig, on all tho approved
plans of lifo insurance. All Policies non-fur
feitable. A definite cash surrender value gua
rauteed ou al! Policed after sncond annual
payment. Active agents wauled.
BLACK, PORCHER A CO.,
State Agents, Columbia, S C.
G. M. THOMPSON & CO.,
- mm. HAS on hand tho gram-^
]W\ largest, nient fash- RflBBfflfaflk
jouable, stylish. an- m&9^??gmW
^^-^?BSavralilt: and chen pest Hj*Jgj^F~==^
stock ot UuOTS and SHOES in tho State. All
A completo assortment of Genfs, boys' and
Children's HATS ami CAPS. Nov 5 .imo
(vjOBLILi A LARGE stock of fashionable
SggSEjight CARRI AO KS. Prices low, ut
W. K. GREENFIELD'S
Carriago Repository, corner Assembly mid
Lady streets. No
ASTORE, on Mihi stroot. Possession
given immediately. Apply at this olllce.
1 Ann f\?\? \ FEET LUMBER. Par
J.,\ JIM J t\f\ f\f ties eau bo supplied at
ru.isonablo rate? bv applying to
Sopt2 J UN E OYLES, at Hone'* store.
Toys, Candies, &c.
TOYS of all kinds- and descriptions, plain
and fancy Gaudies, Nuts, Lemons, Figs,
Jollies ami Canned Fruits.
Bli nd, Cakes ami Rolls, fri sh every niorn
inir, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nov7 Main street.
Castor Oil. Castor Oil!!
O RUES. Pi imo CASTOR OIL, for salo low,
?i by , E. H. HEINITSH,
_ Oot 20 i _ Wholesale Druggist.
^ A LOT of lino Kentucky
MCI,EH and HORSES, just *t-rYa&
M| rived. Cull at /Ti v
fis fi? DALY'S STAHLES.
Oct 7 On Assembly street.
Mules and Horses.
?g r liivl) !.. i _-;_l
IW?W 1 uni i:j j HOI. iviiveuu ta
?SS? ear load ol lino stock vV-f-v
.JlIM.HORSI'H and MULES-- /t^?-O
some m which will bo on exhibition Ut ( JL
at tho Fair Grounds. Persons in want ol
really Uno animal aro requested to examine
cither on tho grounds or at Logan's Stuhles.
Nov 8 J. M TOLBEHT.
Tao Doctors Recommend Seegcrs'Beer
1~N proforonco to Lomlon Porter and Scotch
J_ Ale. Why?Thoy know it is un adult oral ed.
LATBHT QUOTATIONS OF SOUVHKBN SK
ouamBsiM OHAKIIKUTON. 8. C-Jorree ted,
N.nuuml.?r IO 1871. hv
A :c KAUFMAN
Bunker aud Broker, No. 25 Broad Htre et.
Names of Securities. Hate In. Off 'd A sked.
North Carolina, old_ 6 - 38
N. OaroliDn, new. 0 . - 20
Sonth Cnrolina, old_ 6 70
S. Carolina, new. 6 .... 37
S. C. reg'd stock, ex in. 6 - 70
Georgin, new, (gold)... 7 .... 90
Georgia, new. 7 .... 80
Georgia. 6 - 80
Tennessee, old. 6 .... 07
Tennessee, new. 0 .... 67
Alabama. 8 _ 98
A Inhuma. 5 .... 08
Atlanta, Gu., bonds....
At lim tu, tia., bonds_.
Augusta, (Ja., bonds...
Cbarl'n Fire Loan b'ds
Columbia, H. C., bonds
Columbus, Ga., bonds.
Macon, Ga., bonds
Mobile, Ala. 5
Montgomery, Ala. 8
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
Havannah, Ga., bonds.
Wilmington. N. O.
Wilmington, N. C. 0 .
KA I LKOAl) BONDS.
Atlantic aud Gulf. 7
B. li. ll., 1st mortgage 7 .
Central Georg'o. 7
Charleston and Savan.. 0
Charlene, Col. & Aug.. 7
Cherawaud Darlington 8
Cheraw ft Dar., 2d inort 7
Chosup'ke & Ohio, gold G
Bast Tennessee, Virgi?
nia, endorsed. C
East Tennessee and
Georgia, endorRed.. G
Georgia Railroad. 7
Green. ft Col.. 1st mor. 7
Green. ft C., State guur 7
Green. ?fc Col., 2d mort 7
Mitcou and Augusta,
1st mortgage. 7
Macon aud Augusta,
(1st mort.,) guar. by
Georgia Railroad... 7
Macon and Brunswick,
guaranteed by Stute
of Georgia. 7
Memphis & Charleston. 7
Mississippi Central, 1st
Mississippi Central, 2d
Mississippi & Tonnes
see, 1st mortgage... 8
Mississippi Sc Tennes?
see, consolidated.... 8
Mobile and Girard, 1st
Mobile ft Montgomery,
gold, 1st mort., end. 8
Montgomery and West
Point, 1st mortgage. 8
Musoogee, Ga. 7
Nashville and Chatta?
nooga, endorsed.... 0
North-Eastern 1st mort. 8
North-East er n, 2d mort. 8
Pensacola Sc Georgia,
1st mortgage. 7
Suv. & Char., 1st mort. 7 ....
Sav. Sc Char., State gua 7 ....
Suv. Sc Char., 2d mort. 8 ....
youth Carl'a, 1st mort. 7 ....
South Carolina. 7 ....
South Carolina. 6 ....
Spartatiborgand Union 7 ....
Western Alabama, 2d
mortgage, endorsed. 8 ....
itAiLKOAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf.100 _
Augusta ic Savannah.
Central Georgia.100 ....
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 _
Green, nml Col. It. R.. 20 _
Macon aud Augusta.. . 100 ....
Macon and Western... 100 ....
Memphis A Charleston. 25 8
North-eastern. 50 ....
Savan uah & Charleston 100 ....
S. C. Ll. R; slimes. 100 _
S. C. lt. lt St B'k shares 125 _
South-western Georgia 100 92
Poop's NM Ifk (Jhurl'n.
capital $750,000. 100 ....
1st Nnt'l Hank CharTn
capital ?500,000. 100 ...
?S.C. Loan A Trust Co. IOU _
I Cato. Nat. Pank. Col'a.
capital $20.1,000. 1()J lui)
Central National Bank,
Col'a, enp'l S?OO.00U IUD 100
Xution'l l**k of Chester,
capital ?50.000 .
Nul'l B'k of Newberry,
Nat'l B'k Spartuiihurg,
eipit il $60,000.
S. C. Bunk ft Trust Co.
capital $200,000. 100 _
Bank o? Chm leeton.... 100 _
Union Bank S. C. 50 _
People's Bunk So. Ca. 4
Pinn, ft Mo. Bank S. C. 25 .... 23
B mk of Nowborry. 25 .
B ink of Camden. 50 .
Charleston Gas Co.... 25 - 20
Cbarl'nOitvR R.Btook 50 _ 53
GranitevilleMau. Co... 100 112 -
G. & C. R. cert, iudeb. 54
N. E. R E., cert, iudebt. 65
Mt. Pleasant and Sulli?
van's leland Ferry Co. 100 .... pnr
Virginia Stute Coupous .... 40 ....
Tennessee 11 " .... GO ....
City Murfreesboro *' .... 80 ....
City of N ?shville coup's_ 85 ....
City Clim-leston cer. iu. par
City of Memphis coup. 75 ....
N. E. R. lt. pref, stock. 40
S. & U. R. past, due coup. GO
t?. & C. K. past duo coup. 50
KX OH AN OE. ETO.
New York eight.J.j off" par
.Silver. 103 -
s. c. DANK muns.
Bunk of Camden. 15 ....
Bank Georgetown. 1 ....
Bank of S. C. 5 ....
Bank of Chester. 15 ....
Bank of Hamburg. 18 ....
Bank of Newberry. 12 -.
Bank of tho State of
S. C., prior to 'GI. 30
" issue 'GI and 'G2_ 30 _
?Pl. ?Mee. Bank Chur'u.
* People's Bunk Charl'n.
*Uuiou Bunk Cburlcs'n.
*S. Wi R. R Bank, old.
?8. W. R. R. Bank, new.
Stute Bank. Charleston .... 4 ...
Farmers' Ex. B'k Chur. 2
Exchange Bauk, Oolnm .... 8 ....
Com'l Bunk, of Colum .... 5 ....
Merell, bank of Clieraw -. 3 ._
Planter's Bank Fairfield .... 3 ....
S. C. bills receivable. 05 ....
Charleston chuiige bills. 95 ....
?t?F" Bills marked thus (*) are being
redeemed at the counter ol' above office.
Columbia Music Store.
Ly Brand & Son
1WKE picanero in i ailing tho nttoulion of
thu public to au examination of their
S L'OU KO I*' MUSICAL MKKOHASDISK, COM
?inlingnf Pianos, Church und Parlor Ornaos, '
Meliideoiia, YII>IMIS, Outturn, tlunj s. Flutes,
Accord?ons, Kruss mid Silver Laud liirtrn
moiita ot all kt m I s. Also, sheet Mu-io nm)
Instruction Do? ks for every ela-s of Musical
lout rum--nts on I.ami at all times Sheet
MUMU sent hy mail, post pod. on receipt of
price; and all kind? of Musical (louds adit l>\
Express, when ordered, lo any par! <>f the
sidle, marked C. O. D. (loud Second-hand
Piano* and Organ? for eale cheap, fur rash
Piano.? Organa and Melodeona tuned nod re?
paired in a satisfactory ma oner; ami ?iii t?ivo
i-H|iociai altention io Packing, Unmoving ami j
Shipping Pianos tor other parties to any point
desired, ut moderate pi ices.
All orders prouinily attended to and satis- 1
fa. lion guaranteed to* those favoring us with
their patronage Semi for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise, tay?
lor -treet, Citizens' Saving? bank linib big,
Culumhia. S C. Nov 7
Room for All!
ONT lcavo the city before yon call at
C. F. JACKSON'S
Dry Gooda Establishment and get ?oine of
bia many good
Look to your intercut. Main ?trent, next to
I Agnew & Hon. Nov?
MISS CORDELIA MO HO EC Al announces
that her estiibhsbni -nt. Son th-wost cor
uer of Sumter and Lady streets, is prepared '
to accommodate KOAli?JF.lfS, permanent and
trauaieut, where tbo tastes and comforts ol
Hie mo?t fastidious wilt be guaranteed.
Nov 9 limo
BILL OF FARE,
I South Carolina Monument Eszaar. !
I.l'Xi'IlCON ritoii ll TO 2 o'ci.'iri;.
OY**TI hs in every variety. Sardines.
Ham, Tongue and Anchovy S?mtliches.
Chicken Salad. Clieoee. I
Ice Cream und Cake.
COfieo; Tea, Chocolate. Fruit. j
1>1 SN I.ll FIIOS1 2 Til I o'UI.'M K
Kaw Oynti rs. Kain Fish.
Son, ' tyah r and Cumbo.
He if. Mutton. Chicken. Turkey. Ducks.
Dessert-leo?, Nut? and Fruit.
(Jin ene and Crackers. I'otb e. Nov? (
South Carolina State Fair.
11 KN K lt AI. S r !. v lt 1 NT KN 1? K N l *M O K lr I ?! K,
OltKKNVII.I.K ANO CoI.I.'llltlA it li. Co.,
COI.UMIIIA. s. C., ove?ib'T ? 1871.
ASPF.?'IAi. PASKKNOl.ll THAIN will he
run hi-tu? >-u Newberry and Columbia,
lo accommoda le visit?is io the Fair who may
WIHII t.i go Mini return tin Mime day.
Leave Newbi i rv al. .7:15 A M
Ai rive al Co nilibili .10..Vi A M
Leave Columbia ?I...... .... 0:15 P. M.
Arrive ai Newberry.Mi* P M .
Slopping g<? ng and rcliii'iiiug ;ii intermedi?
ate stations. TIIOS . o I? \ M F. \ I ?.
Nov 7 Oeueral Supi rinlemh nt
fdartm's Slicing Sub-Soiler and Bctp
J rai MK undersigned having purehaaed tho
, JL righi lor this Man- to manufacture .nd
aell tin above plow, tho hc*t and chea peni MI
I iuirodiieeil, desires a reliable Agi lil ul evi iy
Count* Court House in the Stale,
Ucl Ki Kl) IVA tl O HOPF.
TY : ' Cninnn
JClClSe 8 uuiB?l?, (
TN rear id CONFKCTloNEItY ?nd FPU IT
STOKE, ls open during Ibo Fair. OYS.
Tri KN in every stylo, ami oilier IlKFItEStl
MKS l's. Plain street, ono door from Main.
-|/\ B VRUF.IJH Choice N? w Hulled BUCK?
JL\ f WHEAT. Foi H ile low by
Od 25 JOHN AONKW A SON.
R. C. SHIVKB. DAVID JONES.
H TJ P I I I V I D !
Ai Dd i n niini)
FOR THE WEEK
A beautiful collection of DRESS OOODH.
An elegant assortment of KU UH,
A auporb ot o? t?UAWLS and CLOAKS.
Brilliant atock of CARPETS AND OIL
CLO I US.
Mssoifloent collection of MILLINERY.
Unique and fashionable HAIR GOODS, of |
overs hind. ( Parupa Kona Curl, new )
Valnablo colloctiou ol ORNAMENTAL
Choice and pretty TOILET ARTICLES and
Tho beat KID GLOVE and HOSIERY de
Mmiiifictii? atock hand-mado BOOTS and
. Elegant and stylish nATR and CAPS.
The beat atock of UMBRELLAS in the
Magnificent Art Gallery. Publio invited to
The boat WHOLESALE STOCK SOU TH, on
our t nil d lloor.
Ma ki nu a grand total of tho LARGE8T, the
HANDSOMEST, tho CHEAPEST and BEsT
?tOMBIWI'luN ot GOODS in tho Uuited
States, ot tho kind, under root.
_^?LL r- c- shiver & c?
C 0 H G A R??
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
John Alexander, Proprietor.
From Fight to One Hundred Horse Voicer,
TWILL exhibit one CIRCULAR SAW MILT,.
. completo, at tho State Fair, TUKsDAY.
tho 7th, and ail who aro interested will havo a
cb ti nc u of Hoeing and jntigmg for tbomaelvea
Will also exhibit live new patterns of Pa?
tent hailing, ot winch rights I am thc aolo
owner tor tliis County. Any of tho Ovo pat?
terns can he put up any length without ports.
Al.-ii live mw putternnot M-iconic Balcony
hailing, gotten up expressly for the Fair by
Will also exhibit one HI t of Grist Mill Gear?
ing, ono B-roller 14-inch Cast Cane Mill, and
a largo lot ?if Cartillas tor Mill Gearing.
In addition lo what 1 will exhibit at the
Fair, I havo one morn Circular saw Mill und
several tither patterns of Railing and Cane
Mills, at in j workshops.
Alen ?me lU-liori-o power Portable Engine,
?mo lo-horso, and a second-hand Deddiiek
Cotton Press, to bo ?old for cadi.
I shall take pleasure in showing any ono
who may feel disposed to visit my establish
mem, winch is located at ibo foot ol Lady
street, near tho Greenvillo Ruihmtd Depot.
Nov 8 JOHN ALEXANDER.
A LIBERAL TRANSLATION
VERY BEST AM) CHEAPEST
MlllCI.l.S IN THE
DRY GOODS LINE
KO ii Titi:
WE have ]nst returned from the North
(lb second time thia tall) with the
largest and beat linc of Dit Y GOODS we cv?r
havo bad ibo pleasure of offoriug to this mar?
ket. Every department if crammed fud ol
clioice goods of every atvle, kind and variety. I
A big stock of DKErS GOODS and Mena'
vVear-they aro in store ami must bo Hold.
Alan, Furs, Cloaks, Shawls. Flannels; Skirts, |
j Itlaiiki ts, Table Linen aud Dom?t>tic Goods of
j all kinds Notions -a larne, very largo sttiek. 1
j F.VIMKNCK -Our friends loll na every daj J
j that we sell the beat and cheapest goods in
I the city; and, at we keep no Hash ?oorla, but
Ido business iu a plain, straight forward way,
j it will bc lo your interest io purchase your
: goods I rom
j Nov j P0RTER_& STEELE^
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my fri?mis and
pubiic in general that I have
j nm returned from tho North,
Lind ata now prepare?! to Inr
' nish all in w ant of llONh, Kill s mid Re; eat
j ?-rs. of lati'Ht styles and best qualities, A nt -
inuiiilii>n and Sporlsmi n's Apparatus, of all
I KIIHIH ami tb'^ei ipi ions, at i ? dueod prim ?.
ItKPAlUING done ai abort uoMeo.
N?iv3 P W. KH.A1-T. Main street.
Corns, In-growing NaDs, &c,
Ct: lt Kt) ll Y MONS, lt Kit ft KU,
WITHOUT IHVIXU .\.SY FAIX.
TO THE LADIES.
IADI ti"i bkii f; 11 ? li ii ve their own Corn?
J ult. leb .i in by a slrai ger, nun ?b> it
j Iliems?-lves by n-ini; Mun-?. Berger's Cons
' Soi.vi NT, winch ac'.H only on Corns, and Im?
? nilli el wbili-ver on t l:e Ib'-h. Thia props
I ration continua neil lu r alkali, poison nor
???.id. I be euro i? certain. Apply at 'Hendrix
H..-1-.' Oct ill
.?inn ??WWi PKBT?F1.UMBKB.
OU' P,UV!U Gll.Ol'O rent of well sea
j sinn it l'ii..-i ?114 o;i bund
? ii .b rs i??r |,?tl?,n ml ?:i Kinds Lumber lilied
ul short not co. Apidy ut our Lumber Yard,
?>n l.adv stin t, and Greenville Railroad, or
a.bln ss" W LOW HY .V CO ,
Out 25 !?mn Box 1.10 Columbia. 8 C.
Ullin inn' Quinine!!
! Oi\A OUNCES OUI NINE, for salo low,
lOL/U by K. il. Il KIN 11 SH,
Wholesale Druggiat, Columbia, S. C.
! Oct 30 i
AUOtlon 8?J ?c-.
Henry W. Dixon; Administrator, d? bonis urn
of Jyrisht Denley; M. Henry Caoghtaan, rt
uxdal. ?.:;.< ,v i .. .. ? ,
IN pursuance of the decretal order, eigned
by his Honor Judge b. W. Melton, on tb?
27th October, I will eel!,' before the Court
House, in Colombia, on tho, first MONDAY in
December, that well-known and valuable
PLANTATION, formerly owned by Wright
Denley, deceased, known as Greenfield. Thia
plantation comprise* about 1,500 aores, lying
oni the bluff Road about ten miles below*Oe
lumbla, and adjoins landa of Col. Thnmaa
Davis. On it ia a larg? mill, with'ample water
power: out-honaes, building*, ?in. ?crew,
rho Tract will be sun-divided to enit pur
obaaera, and plats tboreor exhibited on day of
na o, or before, upon applioation to tho under?
signed, at bia office in Columbia.
Another i raul COuiaieing ?'u?ul 50 aurea.
TEBMB OP SALE--Ono fourth catii; balance
in oue, two and tbreeyears; iuterest annually
secured by boud and mortgage; purchaser ts
pay for necessary papers.
The entire property of Wright Denley wiii
bo aold, except thc homestead exemption.
D. B. DESAUSBORE,
Nov 2 t _Special lt> force.
FIRST CLASS RIVEH BOTTOM LASS
In a high nnd healthy part af Hie State
With Flour, Grist and Saw Milla, Cotton Ois
and Thresher, and 8 successful
stand for a Country Store.
WILL be sold tor partition, to the highest
bidder, at Spartaunurg, 8. O , on tho
first MONDAY in January ,T87<.-if not-previ?
ously contracted lor at private sale-thowell
known PLANTATION OF CAM PO bKLLA,
belonging to tho eatste of the lato Maj. H. J.
Dean, cootah iug 1.341 acres.
It ia sit ma d on the great thoroughfare be?
tween Buartanburg, B. C., aud Asheville, N.
C., 17 miles North of So:.? cauburg, sud 25
milts North-w?-st of 0 = ' ' ovillo and 5 miles
'1 ho place ia one of the moat deeirablo in tho
up-cooutr>. hoing um-uipassed for health,
I and almost Uitquabd for the quantity and
quality ot ila Rein bottom to be in a healthy
meath j, with good milla, bringing an imme?
diate and never fatting return for the capital
iuveatt d, having '?10 acres of beat Reid-Bot
tom in one b> cy. witt.in one fence, in a high
atateof cultivation, never having failed ?veli
in H' axons of greatest drought to bring a good
cn p. while tho land is constantly improving
and the whole woll ditched i ud drained.
100 acres of bcBt Creek Bottom, fresh and
uncleared 'Hie remainder of tho tract is
woll wooded, hi original growth, and no greea
timber has boen cut on the place in sixteen
'I here aro five ecttloments on tho placo,
suit alilo for tenant ?, and ampio materials of
both wood ?nd r.tonc. are in sight ot tho 8aw
Mill. Tho Flour and Grist Mills are well
(milt, first story of atone-han three sets of
Boiling Cheats three tun of Mill Stones, and
make aa good flour aa auy made South of Bal?
timore. 1 hey lmvo been rt -built, aa well as
Ibo Baw Mid, within a low years, aud all have
a uood run of custom. Tho nenr completion
of thu Air Lino Railroad will add to ita valuu.
Tho Milla will be contract'd for i-eparatoly,
(as also the land, in lota to HU it purchaeora,)
at private aale.
TEHMH.-Cash ia preferred: bul if moro con?
venient Iti (imchattels, il will be sold for one
half cash-ono fourth in six un-ot h.*, und ono
foiirtb in tw Ive months, with intercbt from
day of sale, and bond and mort gage to secure
the payment of the same. Title indisputable.
Pera >ns wndiing to examine tho place will
be directed at Hie Mid to Henry F. King,
KM] , or Wm. J. Walden, on tho place. Any
information desired can he obtained byapply
iug personally a hpartauburg C. H.*, to Ed?
ward J. Dean, or Dr. C. E. Fleming; or by
letter to the Executrix,
M HB M A RY OWEN DEAN,
Nov 2ib9 Look Mox 20. Spart anbnrg. 8. C.
W. I>. Lore. B. 15. MCCREEUT.
AX ENTIRE SEW STOCK OF
DRE S S GOODS,
NEEDLE WORK SETS,
DUCHESS LACE COLLARS,
POINT LACE COLLA /.'.?.
Roman Sash Ribbons,
IX NEW DES1?NS.
IX NEW COLORS AXI? ALI VARIETIES.
VT?7E carry a big stock of FLANNELS ano
Yv Blankets. Jeans ami Tweeds, Csavt
ra'Tea and Cloths.
; he shawl ?nd Cloak Dcptuttucnt exhibits
all tho newost sty Us out.
lu FURS, we are ?bowing some styles which
am not to ho found elsewhere
The atoo of Carpeta, lings, Oil-Cloths, Ac,
cannot be excelled.
Our goods are all selected from the beat
makca. We gum fintee all gooda wo sell, d*
business on the ono price syattni, and a low
no house to "uudorecll us."
Nov 5 W D. LOVE ft CO.
FISH, Meats nnd
Fruits, Chin Flab,
Lamb Tongues. Sar?
dines, Dutch Her
lintis. Sahnen, bob?
ine vi led Ham, Oysters, rod Fleh,
i Smoked Halibut, Lardollen, Mackerel, all
Raisins, Currents, Prunes, Dates, Citrou,
i Almonds, Walnuts, Brassil Nuts, Macaroni.
Vermicelli, Gelatine; Candies- assorted.
Cold Water Soap, Babbitt's bpst Soap,
Mammoth Laundry Soap, Sapolio, Toilot
PRESEli VET) GOODS.
Pours, Peaches, Ptno-applca and Jolly.
' Rich Cream Cheese. Swiss Chccso, Pine
I apple Choose, Skimmed Cheese. .
FINE GOSHEN BUTTER.
1 Flour-all glades; Bacon, Ham and Break*
Old Hyson. Young Hyson, Gun Towdor,
English Breakfast, Oolong.
Candles-Adamantine, Poralino nnd Wax.
Sweet California, Angelica, Sherry. Rhine
and French Wines and Brandice, at
Oct H G. DIER0K8'.